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For the Cleveland, Ohio radio station that held the call sign WMVX at 106.5 FM from 1997 to 2011, see WHLK.
City of license Beverly, Massachusetts
Broadcast area North Shore, Massachusetts
Boston, Massachusetts
Branding Nossa Rádio 1570
Frequency 1570 kHz
First air date December 22, 1963 (1963-12-22)[1]
Format Christian
Language(s) Brazilian Portuguese
Power 30,000 watts day
85 watts night
Class D
Facility ID 22798
Transmitter coordinates 42°33′22.00″N 70°50′13.00″W / 42.5561111°N 70.8369444°W / 42.5561111; -70.8369444 (WMVX)
Former callsigns WMLO (1963–1979)
WBVD (1979–1984)
WNSH (1984–2012)
Owner Costa-Eagle Radio Ventures Limited Partnership
(programmed by International Church of God's Grace)
Sister stations WNNW
Webcast Listen Live
Website Nossa Rádio 1570

WMVX (1570 AM; "Nossa Rádio 1570") is a radio station licensed to Beverly, Massachusetts, USA. The station is owned by Costa-Eagle Radio Ventures Limited Partnership, a partnership between Pat Costa and his chief investor, The Eagle-Tribune.[2] WMVX broadcasts in Brazilian Portuguese and airs Christian programming provided by the International Church of God's Grace.

The station has been known by the call letters WMLO, WBVD, and WNSH. Its studios have been located in Danvers, in Salem (at Pickering Wharf), and on the second floor of a hardware warehouse in Hamilton. In 2011, Willow Farm, Inc. sold WNSH for $400,000 to Costa-Eagle Broadcasting. In March 2011, Costa-Eagle changed the station to "Viva 1570". The format changed from tropical music, simulcasting Costa-Eagle sister station WNNW, to Spanish Adult Contemporary. On November 26, 2012, the call letters were changed to WMVX.[3] The station switched to its Brazilian Portuguese Christian format in July 2014. On October 8, 2014, the New England Revolution announced that WMVX would become the team's Portuguese-language flagship station.[4]

In January 2013, WMVX was granted a U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) construction permit to increase day power to 50,000 watts.




  1. ^ Halper, Donna; Wollman, Garrett. "The Eastern Massachusetts Radio Timeline: the 1960s". The Archives @ BostonRadio.org. Retrieved January 14, 2012. 
  2. ^ "WMVX Facility Record". United States Federal Communications Commission, audio division. 
  3. ^ "Call Sign History". CDBS Public Access. Federal Communications Commission. Retrieved November 27, 2012. 
  4. ^ "Brazilian radio station WMVX1570 NOSSA RADIO USA becomes the official Portuguese voice of the Revolution" (Press release). Foxborough, Massachusetts and Somerville, Massachusetts: New England Revolution. October 8, 2014. Retrieved March 6, 2015. 

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